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Posted by John Brusniak | Jan 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

KANSAS

Kansas Supreme Court to hear Johnson County's appeal in 'dark store' theory case involving Walmart
Shawnee Mission Post
The Kansas Board of Tax Appeals sided with Walmart in its argument that the value of the retail giant's properties for taxing purposes should be lower than what Johnson County considered to be fair.


NEW HAMPSHIRE

Condo Column: NH bill proposes a tax break for condo owners
Sea Coast Online
Thanks to a client of mine, I learned about pending legislation in the New Hampshire Legislature this year that rightfully should be very helpful to condominiums. But let me first give some background.


NEW JERSEY

As new session begins, lawmakers look to ease property tax burden for N.J. homeowners
NJ.com
State lawmakers on Thursday advanced a package of bills aimed at reducing property taxes in New Jersey, taking the first step toward delivering on promises legislators on both sides of the aisle have been making in recent months to make the state more affordable.


NEW YORK

Huntington Station apartment building IDA tax breaks
Newsday
The $7.3 million project won preliminary approval on Thursday for $871,550 in tax breaks from the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency. The board vote was unanimous. Much of the savings…


NYC Affordable Housing; The End of 421-a and the future of housing incentives
Real Estate Weekly
New York City needs more housing and more affordable housing. The 421-a property tax exemption program, currently the single most important program for NYC housing production, will expire on June 15, 2022, and is not expected to be renewed.


SOUTH DAKOTA

Equalization: "expect your property assessments to go up substantially"
NewsCenter1
“[That] doesn't mean your taxes would go down.” State law requires equalization to assess your property at it's full market value, meaning what you…

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John Brusniak

John Brusniak, Jr. is the dean of Texas property tax litigation.  He was licensed to practice law in 1976,   His early career involved general litigation and appellate work in both the federal and state courts until he was handed his first property tax matter.  It arose prior to the implementatio...

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